An Apple A Day And Then Some

Ah, apples. Eaten out of hand. Crisp and delicious.

Did you know that an apple a day really is good advice?

Apples have no fat, cholesterol or sodium, and contain small amounts of potassium, which promote heart health, help maintain healthy blood pressure and a healthy weight.

Smell that delicate aroma of freshly picked apples.
Can’t you just hear the sound of a child biting into a nice crisp apple? Imagine that little spurt of apple juice flickering on her lips…

Here’s a local Apple Orchard just outside of Chaseburg.

Perfect for a visit on one of those perfectly sunny fall days; the kind of weather when the air has just that little nip of chill and the sun warms it right off your face.

Maple Ridge Orchard, in the heart of Amish country.

Fresh. Homegrown. Local.

Season Grand Opening Special: September 18th
Brat fry and soda = $1.50; Apple pie slices = $1.00

Homegrown apples (Honeycrisp, Gingergold, Macintosh, Cortland, Jonagold, Gala, Fuji, and more) from over 2,500 fruit trees to delight the senses; Raspberries, Pumpkins; and a u-pick vegetable garden.

For the 2010 season —
The Maple Orchard store will be open through late October:
Monday-Saturday: 10:00 am – 6:00pm (Sun. 2pm-6pm).
Or you can visit the La Crosse Farmer’s Market, downtown near the courthouse, every Saturday in the fall from 6:30 am – 12:00 noon

Directions to Maple Ridge Farm are easy: Go about 6 miles west of Cashton on State Hwy 33, turn on to Manna Ave; go about a mile and turn on to Maple Ave. You will see the orchard on the left. The physical address can be found on all the major web based map programs:

Maple Ridge Orchard
6675 Maple Ave – Cashton, WI 54619
Phone (608) 654-5499


Mmmm, and the Honeycrisps will be ready soooon…

Maple Ridge store will be open through October.


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